New head chef for Pushkar eatery; E&S BRIEFING.
A multi-award-winning eatery has named the new head of its venue.
Michelin Sous chef Chandra Singh has been appointed executive head chef at Birmingham's fine dining Indian restaurant Pushkar.
Singh started his career with India's famous Taj hotel group before he joined the Broad Street restaurant and cocktail bar.
He has also worked at London's award-winning fine dining restaurant The Painted Heron, as well as Bangalore Express, the Michelin-starred Tamarind and Cinnamon Kitchen.
Chandra Singh, who has also worked with TV chef Atul Kochhar in his Michelin-starred restaurant Benares, said: "I am passionate about cooking and believe in using fresh and quality ingredients as it gives great taste, colour and texture to the food.
"At Pushkar, I will be transforming the a la carte menu and creating a unique and innovative selection of dishes from different regions of India and given them a modern twist."
Pushkar is set to host a taster evening where guests can meet Mr Singh on September 5.
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|Publication:||Express and Star (Wolverhampton, England)|
|Date:||Jul 26, 2019|
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